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The Telangana Joint Action Committee is a Telangana activist group. It is an organisation which is fighting for the realisation of statehood for Telangana region. It was formed on 24 December. It is an umbrella organisation comprising various wings such as students, employees etc. The Chairman of TJAC is M. Kodandaram. It organisation protests like the Sakkala Janula Samme, Million March, Telangana March etc.
As authorities in Pakistan continue the persecution of minority communities- especially of Shias, families and leaders of the Joint Action Committee for Shia Missing Persons protested at Sindh Governor House.
The families of Shia missing persons and Pakistan's Joint Action Committee (JAC) on Tuesday continued their protest for the fourth day against the Imran Khan-led government demanding the whereabouts of the missing persons.
Pakistan's Joint Action Committee (JAC) for Shia missing persons and families held a sit-in protest against the Imran Khan government's involvement in the rising cases of enforced disappearances in the country.
Pakistan's Sindh High Court has reprimanded the Imran Khan government for showing disinterest in the cases of missing persons and deplored that no legislation had so far been made against enforced disappearances.
Pakistan's Joint Action Committee (JAC) for Shia missing persons and families of enforced disappearance has called for a nationwide protest from April onwards if their family members are not recovered by the end of this month.
One resident of Kalapahar, who was abducted, was rescued, while one suspected individual to be part of the kidnapping case was apprehended on Saturday.
Hyderabad, Feb 5 University of Hyderabad (UoH) teachers and students on Friday organised a walk on the campus ...
The All Pakistan Restaurants Association has warned the government that it will open eateries across the country if they ...
Muslims in Hyderabad and other parts of Telangana and neighbouring Andhra Pradesh on Friday pledged not to fill forms for National Population Register (NPR) and National Register of Citizens (NRC).
Daily protest rallies against Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) have triggered an unprecedented demand for national flags, leading to tricolour shortage ahead of the Republic Day.